National News

Wed 22 Aug 2018

What damaged money is really worth

What damaged money is really worth

YOU’VE accidentally ripped a banknote or got a damaged one back in change. Here’s what to do.

Bridging the gap for charity

Bridging the gap for charity

BUSINESSES across Brisbane are pulling on running shoes to take part in this week’s Bridge to Brisbane – and all for a good cause.

Scandalous Titanic artefact surfaces for auction

Scandalous Titanic artefact surfaces for auction

A GOLD cigarette case that once belonged to a wealthy couple that survived the Titanic disaster in controversial fashion is up for auction.

Flight Centre accused of ‘ripping off’ customers

Flight Centre accused of ‘ripping off’ customers

STAFF at Flight Centre claim they are told to mark-up individual bookings by up to thousands — and customers have no idea.

How a rookie officer saved a newborn

How a rookie officer saved a newborn

THE car sped up to the Flinders Medical Centre emergency department with the driver leaning on the horn. Inside, a just-born baby girl wasn’t breathing.

Son’s tribute to ‘loving father’ killed in attack

Son’s tribute to ‘loving father’ killed in attack

THE son of a man murdered in an horrendous stabbing south of Brisbane on Saturday, has paid tribute to his father who was a “mate to everyone”.

Government won't take company tax cuts to next election

Government won't take company tax cuts to next election

PETER Dutton has gone on radio and admitted he is canvassing support from his fellow MPs — and is expected to launch another challenge.

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